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Your PPE Goods are Safe in our Hands.

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ARCA literally means a container for safekeeping and during a time where safety and health are everything we at ARCA can proudly say we’re delivering.

Customs rules and regulations can be a difficult thing to dissect, even for us professionals who do this for a living, and if you’ve tried to import Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during the pandemic you know exactly what we are talking about. Now more than ever speed is everything and being able to prevent stalls and uncertainty can make the difference between life and death.

Debilitating delays can subsequently occur when proper Customs rules aren’t followed to the exact specifications which in certain cases can lead to re-exportation back to the country of origin, forcing the process to start all over again. At ARCA we’ve seen this time and time and again and have mastered the ability to ensure proper vetting and FDA certifications are compliant before leaving, saving you both time and money. Our understanding of the industry also allows us to properly communicate with manufactures to ensure they too have proper FDA registrations.

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We proudly handle each client on a case-by-case basis adhering to their needs and challenges and carefully assess the right way to assist. No matter where you are on your importing/exporting journey the ARCA team has the capabilities to strategize our way to a safe landing of your PPE goods. We’ve navigated our way through unique client challenges and created tailor-made solutions for them.

Our ARCA experts have used their 50 plus years of combined logistics problem solving to create a streamlined process so that the only thing you have to worry about is your own safety and well-being. We’ve successfully imported gloves, hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes, cart wipes, disposable masks, thermometers and other personal protective equipment to the US and will continue to do so as long as our community needs us to.

COVID-19 has created insurmountable pressure on the healthcare system, our partners and the community needs their frontline emergency responders and healthcare providers more than ever before and we humbly serve them while they continue to serve us.

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